On this photography holiday safari we visit seven different game reserves including three full days in the Maasai Mara to photograph the migration.
A maximum of four photographers are booked per trip, so everyone gets a good spot on the safari vehicle!
Dates: 16-30 September 2016
Cost: £7,500 per person all inclusive (single or sharing); 25% non-refundable deposit payable upon booking, please see below for details.
The itinerary is as follows:
Day 1: Arrival at Nairobi. Transfer to overnight accommodation
Day 2: Drive to Amboseli National Park
Day 3: Amboseli full day
Day 4: Drive to Samburu
Day 5: Samburu full day
Day 6: Drive to Rhino Watch Safari Lodge
Day 7: (From Rhino Watch) Solio Game Reserve
Day 8: (From Rhino Watch) Ol Pejeta Conservancy (Jane Goodall Project)
Day 9: Aberdare National Park & drive to Lake Elementeita
Day 10: Lake Elementeita full day (flamingos)
Day 11: Drive to Maasai Mara
Day 12-14: Maasai Mara full days
Day 15: Morning game drive and transfer to Nairobi for evening flights to UK
The 15 day safari costs only £7,500 per person (single or sharing). A 25% non-refundable deposit is payable at the time of booking, with the remainder due 12 weeks before departure.
The price includes international flights from the UK, accommodation, food, transfers, park fees, game drives and photography tuition.
The price excludes drinks, tips, insurance and visas.
The above cost applies to payment by bank transfer; please add 3% to the total cost if paying by Paypal.
When you have booked your trip Adriaan will contact you to discuss your level of photographic experience, your objectives for the safari and what equipment may be useful to bring along. He can also recommend some exercises, background reading and workshops to help you prepare for your trip.
During the safari Adriaan will be on hand to provide advice on location (if and when required), and you will also have the option to participate in photography feedback sessions. During these sessions he can provide one-to-one support to address any areas of difficulty or uncertainty, to advise on composition, etc.
When the safari has finished you are warmly invited to join our Safari Club to stay in touch with fellow enthusiasts and to start planning your next trip!